Hayter out of Berlin Track World Cup with concussion after being hit by car

Cycling
Ethan Hayter waves to the crowd after winning omnium European gold

European omnium champion Ethan Hayter will miss this weekend’s Track World Cup in Berlin, Germany, after suffering a concussion after being hit by a car earlier this month.

The 20-year-old hopes to return for the London leg of the World Cup from 14-16 December.

He won World Championship team pursuit gold and two medals at the Commonwealth Games this year.

Writing on Instagram, Hayter said he was “not quite recovered”.

A 17-strong team will represent Great Britain in Germany with the event starting on Friday.

Ethan Hayter Instagram post

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Classic Winner: Ireland’s Shay Elliott
PEZ Bookshelf: The Art of the Cycling Jersey
Boyd Cycling CCC gravel wheels will lead you on adventures without bleeding you dry
Track Cycling World Championships: Laura Kenny on being told Tokyo Olympics was ‘off the cards’
Atherton Bikes opens slots for first fifty full custom, 3D printed carbon mountain bikes

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *